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whwe fo.uhd.TiIm, He was gladde T illation ClaVd his'aid'e-.at Bea-ver
than we. Of course, the girl carried
on awful all the time."! didn't -enjoy
that trip much."
The girl had to Jie torn afaay from1
me man wnen tne cqupje amvea -a.!;
the detective bureau She became,
hysterical when officers dragged him
.to a cell, - 4
"This is the first time in my life I
have known a few daysj ot, happi
ness," she declared, "I loveEd and
he loves me. It is only our -awn., folks
who are persecuting us.' "No falter
how long they, keep jip Jtfre part, I
will be true to him-W are married
and as long as we are Jtogether, noth
ing can matter. They can't take me
back to Chicago. I arnof age and
committed no crime. If they; take
him back I will work-my fingertips
off for him and to support myself. Ill
never go back to my people,'
Hazeldell was very popular among,
her friends. She was called Cinder
ella" because she wears a child's-
, BITS OF NEWS
Washington. Pres. Wilson nomi
nated following members' of federal
reserve board: Charles S. Hamlin,
Mass., two years; Paul M. Warburg,
New York, four years; Thomas D.
Jones, 111 , six years; W. P. G. Hard
ing, Ala , eight years; A. . Miller,
CaLr ten -years.
Pittsburgh. Special police guard
ed 250 workers who returned to work
at Union Switch & Signal Co. plant.
Over 1,000 still out
, Wheelings W. Va Three children
of Mrs "Wiley Belcher burned to
death. Fire destroyed home.
Cleveland Forest Yoho returned
home to find house ransacked and
strange woman under' 'bed. Said she
got in by mistake and burglars broke
Toledo. Michael Raditz, keeper
Walbtfdge Park Zoo, killed- by ele
v Portland. Ore- Cap. John Berry,.
pflet of missing balloon "Million Po-
New York. Theodore Rodsevelt,
HI , first grandson of Col Roosevelt,
'born to -Mr. and Mrs. Theo. "Roose
velt, Jr, yesterday.
i RedB!uffr Cal-Hfram Blodgett
and Hiigh .Addison believed dead re
sult o"f ,explosion Mount Lassen's
i Phtfa'dBiphia.-1 Dr. Anna Shaw,
Preff. Natfl Woman's Suffrage'' Ass'n,
.says marriajge "ceremony has outlived
lfe usefulness. Would have different
'service for each-marriage.
r , Boston. Thos. W. Lawson's house
entered by thieves Scared away
without "loot -v
Bailey Dawson, former politician,
died, at Home for Aged
-Sup&nor'-Court Judge Pam goes to
THE MEXICAN SITUATION '
Washington, June 15-ppon the
'ability of the mediators a"t Niagara
Palls and the. Americans and Huerta
ista cohunissiohersto agree on a pro
visional president for Mexico-hinges
the complete success of, mediation.
tJp to the present the names sug
gested by the Americans' have been
quickly "turned down. The Huerta
delegates explain that they cannot
be expected to accept anyone who
was an active party to the revolution.
The state department still believes
that it will be possible to reach a
Consul Miller at Tampico notified
the state department today lie had
dispatched a messenger to Lake Te
miahua to bring back to Tampico the
bodies of Weston Burwell arid Luis
Torpeda, who were, shot several weeks
IN HIS LINE
Derwood Jones, the good-looking
counter-jumpei1 at J. J. Cargile'ff
store, visited his best 'best pieceof
caliccrin the Scotland neighborhood
last Sunday. Junction City (Ark.)
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